A research team from the Mayo Clinic has shown that text messaging changes the rhythm of brain wave patterns in a way that's never seen before. The discovery shows that smartphones are literally altering the way our minds work.
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Texting is long overdue for a makeover. The simple, utilitarian Short Message Service (SMS) has served our messaging needs well for more than a decade, but as our texts become increasingly crammed with photos and videos, it's clear that SMS can no longer meet the needs of the average smartphone user. That's where Rich Communications Services (RCS) comes in: the much-better platform that Google wants to put on your phone.
Here we go again, talking about apps for horny people way more than usual. But that's because there's a new king: Snapchat. Here's how to use it wisely.
It's texting's 20th birthday, and as part of the celebration, we've rounded up a little museum of texting slang. You may know some of it very well, you may not recognise some of it at all. You may even find the existence of some of it to be quite dubious.